However, Manchester City and Chelsea are also monitoring his situation.
PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is reportedly pushing for a switch to join former boss Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid.
The 31-year-old has been linked with a return to Spain since Ancelotti was confirmed as the new coach of the capital club, and according to the latest reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport it would seem as though Ibrahimovic has his heart set on an exit.
Spanish newspaper AS has spoken of the “mutual respect” between the pair, and coupled with Ibrahimovic reportedly being left unimpressed by the appointment of Laurent Blanc as the Italian tactician’s successor, it is suggested he will request a move away this summer.
The news comes despite the arrival of Edinson Cavani, who was officially unveiled by the club on Tuesday after securing a €63m move from Napoli.
Furthermore, it is understood that the Swedish international would be willing to take a wage cut in order to join the Spanish giants, such is his desire to secure a second stint in La Liga.
However, according to reports in the English media both Manchester City and Chelsea are also following the situation, and would have no issues with satisfying the financial aspects of the deal.
Ibrahimovic has spoken of his admiration for Blues boss Jose Mourinho in the past following their time together at Inter, while the big Swede has previously been linked with a switch to the Etihad.
It remains to be seen where Ibra will be plying his trade next season, although it is clear that his preference still lies in Madrid.